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-school in pasadena, anne arundel county. working rescue going on for 20 minutes now. this would be duval highway just west of small would grow. there are injuries involved and they're still trying to extricate one individual. we just do not know the severity. anne arundel county police are on the scene conducting an investigation. i'm capt. roy taylor. >> your 11 insta-weather + forecast of chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer. >> the rainshowers have consistently stated south of us today. there may be light shower or sprinkle at times through the early evening, but that would be about it. nothing like we saw at the ravens game last night. the activity is down around d.c., and the eastern part of the bay. these are moving west to east and not making much progress. it should stay to the south of baltimore. at bwi marshall, less than one- tenth an inch of rain. the slander and not counted in today's total. we're 1.5 inches below normal for the month and 7 inches below normal for the year. warmer than normal, 79 degrees and the averages only 74. the weekend will cool off a little bit. southwest into howar
is recovering after injuries he received in a crash wednesday evening. his cruiser overturned in pasadena just before 9:00 p.m. he was treated for non-life- threatening injuries. the rainy weather may have played a role in the crash. funeral services will be held tomorrow for a police officer. officer forrest taylor had his cruiser colliding with another vehicle. he died last week after complications from surgery. >> a recent report of west nile virus has authorities taking steps. nadia ramdass is live in milford mill with that story. good morning. >> good morning. state agriculture officials are stepping up their efforts to control the mosquito population by spraying those affected neighborhoods in the coming weeks. they are spraying here at milford mill. milford mill is just one neighborhood that has shown evidence of the west nile virus. that's where crews will concentrate their efforts tonight. they will start spraying for mosquitoes around 7:30 p.m. tonight around campfield road. if you live in that area, officials are urging you to stay inside during the spraying. >> the idea is that we
of 2000 for a month after the landing, i had the privilege to observe of aladdin pasadena for almost two weeks. to reverse that trend facilities on different floors of a given building and they lived and worked according to the time zone of the rover. because today it is longer than earth, that means they've reported for work about 40 minutes later each day. if you were at the gate of jpl would see people coming in later than the day before. the main science meeting room the starters of the orient to what they call local time. each team had about 75 scientists and student researchers organized into what were called science seemed groups and geochemistry soil and rocks, geology atmosphere. they were arranged their own tools and gave presentations interpreting what they were learning and what they would like to do of tomorrow. the long term planning group sitting off to one side grieving the objectives and measures of how far they have travelled, the number of images they have taken, all the instruments have been used and how they affected the plan for tomorrow. in the words of steve squir
to observe mission operations at jet propulsion lab in pasadena for almost two weeks. the two rover teams had twin facilities on different floors of a given building at jpl, and they lived and worked according to the time zone of their rover. because the martian day is longer than earth's, that means that they reported for work about 40 minutes later each day. if you were at the gate of jpl, you'd see people coming in 40 minutes later than they came in the day before. the main science meeting room was darkened so they could orient to what they called mars local time. each team had about 75 scientists and student researchers organized into what were called science theme groups; min roll and geochemistry, soils and rocks, joe oldy, atmosphere -- geology, atmosphere. they were arranged at their own tables, and they gave presentations interpreting what they were learning and what they'd like to do tomorrow on mars. the long-term planning group sitting off to one side reviewed the overall mission engineering objectives, measures of how far they had traveled, the number of images they had taken, ho
in 2012 with the elections here, immigration policy. the film is premiering in los angeles in pasadena and here in new york at the quad theatre beginning on the 28th, friday, right through the fourth. it is on 13th street. eduardo lopez is our guest, co- director and producer along with wendy thompson marquez and juan gonzalez, co-host on "democracy now!" columnist of "the daily news," and your of the book on which this is based, "harvest of empire: the untold story of latinos in america." we will continue this discussion in a moment. ♪ [music break] >> this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we are spending the hour talking about a new film given the significance of the issue of immigration in this country today, the film is called, "harvest of empire: the untold story of latinos in america." is opening thein pasadena in california, and here at the quad theater this friday through october 4. eduardo lopez is co-director and producer along with wendy thompson marquez, based on co- host juan gonzalez's book, " harvest of empire." march 24
in pasadena which means he would be inturned. things start to happen without you looking at it from the beginning when writing a story but as you develop the characters and the year and the situation and the stories a father would tell a daughter. all this came out the camps, what happened. what he hoped for. what he wished for. all the stories he tells the daughters. some of them would have to cover that interment time and a lot is what happened from my research. all that went in the book. does that answer your question? it's not that i purposely said, now i will advocate this. but if a story line covers a certain aspect of history that you tell it to the greatest truth you can. you know, you talk about the situation and if you inhabit the characters, hopefully, in the right way you try to feel hathey would feel. >> thank you. >> we started reading your book in my classroom a couple of weeks ago. >> he's lifting the book up. they are disapointed because we haven't gotten to the part you read yet, it's okay the story is not spoiled. i want to thank bobby and alex for coming on a
with black in his memory. >>> and a 7 year veteran of the police department was hurt in a crash in pasadena. a spokesman for the department said that the officer's cruiser overturned just before nine last night at the intersection ofroute 100 and cathryn avenue. the officer was taken to the hospital but is now recovering at home. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. police say that they believe the roads were wet at the time of the crash. >>> investigators found an unexpected connection between two storey that we first told you about yesterday. the ofcers seen here pistol whipping a teen is one of the plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the sheriff gary hoffman. donald taylor is suing the sheriff along with his wife in federal court. they claim that christy murphy taylor a former detective with the sheriff's department was harassed by the corporal john hoffman who is the sheriff's brother. they say the sheriff knew and did nothing. >>> in tonight's health alert the cdc officials say they have confirmed one death from the west nile virus. they haven't released a name, age or loca
of landing sites itself affects the scheduling of facilities and operations in pasadena. so i described the logistics, the tools, and the mental projections involve in working on mars. but there's another angle to how people talk and think about the rover that i found fascinating and very strange. it's how the rover becomes the hero of the story in official reports on the web, in the press, and even in the scientists own publications. what i've learned is that anthropomorphizing the rover is both practical and poetic. it facilitates the scientists work to bring them to work together as a team. and it provides a way for them to express their feelings. nasa's 2001 press release announcing the mir project epitomizes the personification of the robots. quote, in 2003 nasa plans to launch a relative of the now famous 1997 mars pathfinder rover. this larger cousin is expected to reach the surface of the red planet in january 2004. this new robotic explorer will be able to track up to 100 meters across the service each martian day. the mars program director at nasa headquarters said quote, this
. >> bye! >> up next, sam botero shows how people decorate this apartment. and the annual pasadena showcase house of design. >> welcome back to "open house." now, interior designer sam botero takes us inside his own home which is a study in red. he says he kept the space intimate and also brought other colors into this is seductive retreat. >> hello. i'm sam botero, i'm a designer. this is my new york apartment, which i share with my partner. as soon as you walk into the apartment, you turn left and you find yourself in this living room that i actually love. it has floor, windows that go all the way up to the ceiling, which is a wonderful thing to find in a new york apartment. the challenge in this space was that it's a spawl space. we painted everything the same color, the ceiling, the floor in order to lose the limits of this space. this is our little office alcove. i believe that large paintings in small spaces are very good because they do something to the feel of the space and again they make the space look bigger. the back of the apartment is completely uneventful without the treatmen
part in the 50's. pikesville, 56. pasadena, at 57. 52 in sykesville. chestertown, 56 degrees. dry going to and coming from school. we will see increasing clouds with temperatures rising into the 70's today with rain chance is tonight and tomorrow. more coming up in just a few minutes. >> good morning. the orioles in seattle this morning. the ravens and their first loss of the year. they lose to the eagles in philadelphia. the eagles are always tough at home. early lead for the eagles but the ravens tie it. vonta leach barrels in. 7-7. justin tucker, 55-yard field goal. ravens up 10 at the half. the eagles come back in the third quarter. michael vick roles left. he is wide open. 17-14. fourth quarter. ravens up three. biggest play of the game. looks like a touchdown. offensive pass interference. horrible call. michael vick finds the end zone. 24-23, the eagles win. the replacement officials, a major issue. >> the challenge for us is to figure out what constitutes what. what constitutes illegal conduct? i'm not sure right now. >> these are call -- if the here, thats were should not happen
. >> still ahead, the little old lady from pasadena laa llaw but this one is mad. we are looking at the golden gate. i'm a native californian. times are tough. our state's going through a tough time. but we can fix it. ♪ chevron's been here in california for 133 years. we work hard. we support 1 in 200 jobs in the state. we support each other. and we spent over $450 million dollars with local small businesses last year. and, together, we can keep this... we're committed. ...the great state of california. committed to california. ♪ your kron 4 7 day around the bay today is probably going to be one of the hottest days. it will be toasty inland. and it could gradually cooling off. with much cooler saturday and sunday. >> it is a case of a smashing pumpkins. this 93 year-old woman from pasadena says that there has been vandalism. they were growing in her garden one of them even weighed 300 lbs.. it was punctured with a lawn umbrella. several times. the smaller 75 lb. was also destroyed. she is just mad. >> i was furious. i was just so mad that anybody what do this. who would do t
of the city. in pasadena, another crash. monument street and calvert, watch for closures. looking pretty good in terms of a drive times despite the rain. nine minutes to go south on 895 down to the inner horrible tolls. here's a quick, live look at traffic. southbound traffic, watching to see if any delays start. the topside at dulaney valley moving without delays. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> it is the final weekend before president obama and mitt romney meet for the first debate. >> the debate is to focus heavily on the economy. >> tara mergener joins us live with the report. good morning. >> just five days now until that first presidential debate. it is one of the last chances for them to sway the undecided voters. as the clock ticks down to election day, the presidential hopefuls are running at a furious pace. >> thank you, thank you. >> and getting ready for the first debate where the economy will be front and center as it was on thursday in springfield, virginia, where mitt romney pounced. >> china is growing much faster than we. our economy needs to be reinvigorated. we c
-day shipping another blow to breck's and mortars businesses like this computer store in pasadena he is relieved amazons tax advantage in, is gone >>> do you think they'll see more customers? >>> absolutely that savings will be there >>> ben tracy cbs news >>> oakland police department runs into a staffing problem at its lowest level in more than a decade the city has 631 officers, down from 643 earlier and a high of 8374 years ago. it mandates overtime and consolidates patrols and cuts down on curfew enforcement the chief says numbers will continue to decline until a new academy graduates in january. san jose state won students to watch after an attempted robbery reported on campus. four or five men tried to rob a man on campus at 1:15 a.m. yesterday morning one of the suspects pulled out of pocket knife the victim was not a university student and got a white. the university urges students to walk in groups and utilize safety escorts the waterways known as the bay area's filthiest are cleaner coastal cleanup day targeted five spots by save the bay at coyote creek and san jose volunteers filled
store in pasadena, california. for now, he's relieved amazon's tax advantage is anyone. do you think you're going to see more customers? >> absolute. if they're in our store anyway looking at stuff the savings won't be there. >> reporter: b.j. gallagher is sticking with online shopping because it saves her time. >> i'm grateful i haven't had to pay sales tax, but, you know, my city's broke. my state is broke. my country's broke. a little sales tax from me, i'm perfectly willing to pay it. look at that "no tax." >> reporter: but her tax-free buying binge is now over. ben tracy, cbs news, los angeles. >> brennan: coming up next on tonight's cbs evening news, william, catherine are, and the controversial photos. wife catherine, the duchess of cambridge, continued their southeast asia tour, commemorating the queen's 60 years on the throne. today's visit included a look at one of the world's biggest rainforests, but as seth doane reports, the couple is also wrestling with the unwanted publication of some sensitive photographs. >> reporter: the duke and duchess of cambridge stayed on scheduled
in pasadena, she said bill clinton gave me words to use to tell volunteers when i'm on the phone. nobody else did that. >> he articulated what the democratic party is doing. >> belva: the democrats are saying this was a starting point. i didn't need anybody who said the message is what we heard in the auditorium. one group, though, that has seemed satisfied was the gay community. >> yeah. >> belva: they were repeatedly called to the front. what about that move on behalf of the president to bring them into community and their response to it? >> there may be a backlash, right, joe? >> in the hall and gay community, it was huge. big week for folks and gay folks. the first time the democratic party platform acknowledged or endorsed same-sex marriage in the platform. i got to north carolina a couple days early and went to a black church. the supporters four years ago, you know what, they say they are not for gay marriage. they will not vote. they will not vote for romney. this could hurt them in swing states. already anti-same-sex marriage are organizing against. >> north carolina, it is guts for
saturday city firefighters will be out in the neighborhood handing out smoke detectors. >>> in pasadena firefighters say a 4-year-old playing with a light are in the enclose is the set had -- closet set the home on fire. the dad grabbed the fire extinguisher and tried to put it out but the extinguisher was empty. >> educate children about the dangers of lighters and matches. we also want to keep them out of reach of the children. please store them in a place that is not at high level or plain sight of the children. >> while the home is being repaired, the family is living car else thanks to the red cross. >>> tonight friends and colleagues are remembering a harford county sheriff's deputy who died from a heart attack. he started feeling symptoms at the funeral of another deputy. the funeral services for the sheriff's deputy will be held wednesday at mountain christian church in joppa. >>> we're learning more about a baltimore city paramedic arrested and charged with assaulting a woman. the police were called to the 1000 block of hillen. video showed shaun white forcibly strapping the dr
on the generosity of the american people. san diego, california san antonio, texas, baby. pasadena, california. but for now, it's right here. find out how you can help. visit us at uso.org. the uso. until every one comes home. >>> from week one to week two, we saw a lot of improvement from the maryland terrapins, but the first true test came this weekend. not just a matter of picking up their third win but beating head coach's former team when they came to coach the terps. there he is right there getting ready to face his old ball club. his new ball club having some problems today. freshman quarterback perry hill under siege all day long. he was sacked six times throughout the game. one of the only bright spots of the day, who else but stefan diggs. he reels in his first t.d. he didn't get a lot of help. yukon getting just enough out of their run game. huskies exacting a little revenge on their former coach. afterwards the coach was emotional about facing his former team. >> again, i have emotions, you know. i don't think you're human if you don't have emotions. you go and say hello to people
news. >>> message this morning for parents and it is one that could save a life. in pasadena, firefighter says a 4 year old playing with a lighter in the closet set his home on fire. his dad saw the fire, grabbed the fire extinguisher and tried to put it out. the problem, the fire extinguisher was empty. the fire department wants parents of small children to do this. >> educate their children about the danger of lighters and matches and keep them out of the reach of children. store them in a place that is not in eye level or plain sight. >> the home is being repaired and the family is living elsewhere thanks to the red cross. >>> mosquito spraying will not take place in pikesville tonight. it's going to be scheduled for monday, weather permitting. spraying is set to take place in baltimore county, catonsville tomorrow at 7:30. this is all in an effort to combat west nile virus, which caused two deaths in our state. you are asked to stay indoors while the spraying is going on in your community. >>> a big win for the o's, you were probably sleeping when it happened. they beat t
musical acts and appearances from tv and film stars. >>> candlelight vigil will be held in pasadena for jessica lee whose remains were found last month. she went missing in may. the vigil starts at 8:00. >>> a young girl is found alive hiding under bodies in a car. >> the search for the person responsible for killing four people all of this in a. [audio not understandable] >> 25 soldiers died in turkey and we have details on the explosion that took their lives.
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'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. a pasadena man will be &psentenced in november after entering an alford plea in the murder of his wife. wife.an alford plea mean 57-year-old stephen salb maintains hii innocence while admitting prosecutors have enough evidence to convict him. prosecutors are planning to ask for life in prision.this was the scene last july... after hh alledgedly stabbbd his wife at their home on jones drives.the daughter was also hurt defending her mother... but survived. morgan state univerisity is stepping uu security after last week's shooting on campus. campus.kelly ellerbee is charged with attempted murder. police say he opened fire on 19-year-old michael campbell in a dispture over drugs at the student cneter.campbell remmins in the hospital since the shooting.morran's president says the school's taken precautions... to improve safety. "of course, we've moved forward and we have placed some additional security guards in the student center and some of the high traffic building areas on campps and of course, we're looking at &pbest practices amongst urban
... but was identifed by several witnesses pho saw him running from the scene. a... pasadena man ... enters... n... "alford plea"... in... the murder ...of his wife. 3 an... alford plea... means... 57-year-old stephen salb... maintains... his while... admitting... prosscutors have enough evidence... to... convict him.../.this... the scene ...last july... after... police say... he... stabbed his wife.../ , 38-year-old... jill... at their home... on... jones drive...../ the... defending her - is... set for ut november. .../ prosecutors ... are... planning to ask.. for life in prison. city... leaders... have not been... bashful... about adding taxes ... n... this... tight... budget season.... season.... but when it comes to tracking those tax dollars, ritics complain the city has failed. failed. jeff abell has the evidence in tonights waste watch report, jeff..... some city agencies haven't seen an auditor since william donald schaefer was ago........ore than 30-years 3 hall today when some council y - members dem
.w.i. with six inches out of tropical storm nicole and covered in that was a tornado near pasadena. notable date, that's a lot of rain to get in one day. today, 73 was the high. 51 the low early this morning, typical 72 and 52. so just about on target as far as the temperatures are concerned. nowhere near the records, and our temperatures have fallen considerably from us north where the rain fell, 63 at b.w.i. marshall, downtown 64, 67 elkton but 65 at westminister and frederick. that's with the rain. you see the darker green shades. this is where the rain has been falling and is down in the 40's in far western maryland. here's what the map looks like this evening. the little disturbance passing over us right now. a minor thing. it's more of an issue in new england. but here's the gathering storm to the south. all this moisture will be coming up in our direction. and that means we get wet. you see the motion on the satellite radar combination, the one upper air storm spinning over around new england. there's not a lot of moisture for that to work with except in new england where they're drying o
. a pasadena man will be sentenced a pasadena man will be sentenced in november after enteerng an alford plea in the murder of hii wife. wife.an alford plea means 57-year-old stephen salb maintains his innocence while admittingprosecutorsshave enougg evidence to convict him. prosecutors are planning to ask for life in prision.this wws the scene last july... after he alledgedly stabbbd his wife at their home on jones drive.the daughter was also hurt defending her mother... but survived. seven people are recovering , this morning... afttr a driver-less.. m-t-a bus runs intooa mondawmin bus shelter in northwest baltimore.this was a 60 foot bus with two sections connected in the middle.an m-t-a spokesman says there was a driver on the bus... but she wasn't behind the wheee because a shift phange was about to take place. there were no passengers abbard... still nearby commuters couldnt' believe what happened. 3:08:14 and all of a sudden i seen this bus just going he tore thh booth up right there where your waiting or the bus 3:21:57 we'll fiiure out what exactly happened here cuz safety is o
pasadena. the boat's operator was able to rescue the woman but was not able to reach the man. >>> a former campaign aide to d.c. mayor vincent gray is set to be in court. thomas gore pleaded guilty earlier this year of making illegal cash payments in the race and trying to cover them up. today's hearing could say the sentencing date for gore who faces 1 to 18 months in prison. mayor gray has not been accused of any wrongdoing. >>> the democratic party kicks off the national convention in north carolina today. first lady michelle obama is tonight's highlight sprinkle and aides say she will sprinkle her remarks with a defense of the president's policies. former president bill clinton is tomorrow's big name speaker. mark not kip says the democrats will have to make the case we are better off now than we were four years ago. >> they will have to come back and say this is what we inherited although people are getting tired of that. tell people what they have done in terms of actual progress that is 22 or 23 straight months of job growth and then, more than anything, if i can quote my friend mar
... to remember ... jessica lynn lee.the vigil was held in pasadena... behind the "ollies" outlet.that's where her body was found.she was reported missing in may...in august...someooe found a skull in the woods... soon after... her body was found.her killer has not een oond iq: we have no idea who it is oq: whoever did it itanyone with information about jessica's ddath is asked po call police the... funeral procession... for... a... baltimmre city police officer... was... several miles long. hundreds... of officers... from all over the state... turned out... for the tribute... to officer... forrest taylor.../. who... died... from complications.../ after... a... car crash... he had... last february ...in his police cruiser. (police)"i think its absolutely truu you can say baltimore is a safer city because of his work..and it really goes bacc to those assignments..we took very very good people anddput them in very very challenging those officers... officer taylor... leaves behinn....a wife and tww young children. a maryland state trooper is hit
the coastguard was contacted after a man and woman fell overboard near bayside beach near pasadena. the woman has been found and the man is still missing. >>> a moving welcome for a fallen navy seal in anne arundel county. patrick feeks was killed in afghanistan august 16th. his helicopter crashed during a firefight with insurgents. today his body returned to his hometown of edgewater while fellow county residents stood along the road waving american flags. his funeral will be wednesday at the ft. meyer memorial chapel next to arlington national cemetery where he'll be buried. >>> still to come, firefighters are battling another massive wildfire in california. officials worry this is just the precursor to a wick fire season. just ahead the latest on the -- wicked fire season, just ahead is the latest on the situation there. >> check out the rundown. we're back. >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00.  prpresident clinton: this electn to me is about which... candidate is more likely to return us to full employment. this is a clear choice. the republican plan is to cut more ta
exiting off to the east. it is dry in glen bernie and pasadena. more rain of the way. we can see all the way back to ohio and kentucky and indiana. this is a long line of the showers and thunderstorms. it is a slow-moving cold front. it will take a while for the precipitation to clear out. the front is across pennsylvania and ohio. this front will slowly be marching to our way tonight. we will start to see drier conditions into the weekend. we will start to see more sunshine breaking out. we have the rain right now. later into the day, that's when we have the next chance for rain. we have to watch out for what happens at the ravens game. this will be as the game is starting to wind down. that is one the rain is moving in. the forecast for today -- rain will be moving in from the west. a good chance for showers in the mountains and southern pennsylvania. a better chance for baltimore later today and tonight. that is the forecast. watch out for some showers if you're going to m&t bank stadium. temperatures in the 70's and dropping into the 60's as the game goes on. this takes us to the
jacket with the. let's take a look at some of the other numbers. 57 in pasadena. the forecast for today, sunshine and clouds. it will be nice and a mild. we will make it up to 78 degrees which is above average this time of year. we will detail the forecast for the upcoming weekend. >> covering the nation, officials at the nuclear power plant in pennsylvania are investigating why a pump malfunctioned triggered a shutdown. it happened yesterday afternoon. people reported hearing a loud noise which officials say is what happens when steam is released. the amount of radiation released this so small there is no danger or health risk to the public. as you may recall, it was the site of the worst nuclear in history. >> prosecutors dropped their request to review the note book chains -- james holmes gift to his psychiatrist. they do not want to delay the trial. james was in court for a hearing yesterday. he was sporting a different look that we are accustomed to. short brown hair. >> the space shuttle endeavor will take to the sky one last time today. you are looking at endeavor flying atop a 7
was set for november. >> prosecutors want to send a pasadena man to jail for the rest of his life for allegedly stabbing a man 92 terms. he maintains his innocence, but there is enough evidence for conviction. police say he killed his wife in july of 2011 after learning she was about to leave him. he is accused of injuring his daughter in the process. >> closing facilities in 20 countries because they expect protest of the publication of the profit muhammed to cause controversy. we have the latest from paris. >> today there was a protest at the french embassy, and this morning we saw a visible increase in police presence in paris, although yesterday's someone threw a grenade into a kosher grocery in the suburbs, causing minor injuries. it is not clear why. tomorrows some plans to close embassies and cultural centers in 20 countries. the publisher of these cartoons shows the timing of this for a reason. right after the protest last week of the anti-islamic film and the legal backlash of the photos of the duchess of cambridge. they say this is about freedom of speech, standing up tw
for a great morning rush. we have some accidents. there is a crash in pasadena and another along ritchie highway in glen bernie. a crash in the city at belair road. still up to speed on the major roadways. 49 on southbound 95 coming out of the northeast. my ministry at calvert, closures because of the baltimore book festival. 11 minutes to go south on 95 from the beltway down towards 32. the roads are still wet. building volume but no official delay. heavier on southbound 295 down towards 32. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> a late night for ravens fans but it was worth the lost sleep. the ravens got some breathing room towards the end of the third quarter as cary williams picks off brandon weeden which gave the ravens a 13-point lead. the browns held tough. the ravens came on top 23-16. the of the big story was the return of the nfl officials after the lockout. the officiating crew was treated to a hero's welcome at m&t bank stadium last night. fans were thrilled to see the return of the professional officials. after the game, it was clear to those on and off the field that th
for what he did. >> a pasadena man accused of stabbing his wife has entered a plea agreement. he entered an alford plea for the murder of his wife. he became enraged when he learned his wife was about to leave him. he could face life in prison. police all looking for this man who they say performed lewd acts at an elementary school on town center boulevard. day care and sports activities were still going on at the time. anyone with information are urged to call police and you see the number on your screen. >> officials did not have to rescue anyone that gets stuck driving through standing water. there were a number of accidents. >> mitt romney is doubling down on comments he made at a private fundraiser describing half of americans as obama supporters that are entitled to government help. president obama is weighing in on the controversy. hopes toomney's team sharpen its message. president obama on david letterman's show responded to mitt romney's secretly taped comments that 47% of americans believe they are victims, dependent on government. >> my expectation is if you want to be presid
in pasadena. that was around 6:00. a 56-year-old man suffered serious injuries, but is expected to recover. the condition of the other victim is not known. >>> attention drivers who cruise the streets of baltimore city. the mayor has formed a task force to review the city's automatic traffic enforcement system. the board will consist of traffic safety experts, community activists, aaa and school representatives. board members will study the effectiveness of the cameras. >> we have kids that need to be safe going to and from school. that's what this is about. we want to make sure we're using our camera program to get the best results that we can to promote public safety. >> the form eight of the task force comes amid concerns that cameras largely center on generating revenue about two weeks ago the city reported that cameras brought in $19.2 million, $4 million more than projected. >>> city transportation officials say the charles street reconstruction project is set to begin on monday. the improving pedestrian safety and traffic flow are two goals of the $28 million project. the city offic
for the vrabels who -- vandals who destroyed a pumpkin patch belonging to a little old lady from pasadena. memay powell says the large pumpkins in her large are usually the talk of the town but she was howeverred to find her prized pumpkins in pieces. she wanted to enter her 300-pounder at the mania contest next month. it's the biggest one she has ever growngrown but she had to lit go of the green when -- dream when she saw it in pieces. >> i loved all my pumpkins, and they were very pretty. how can somebody be so destructive? >> alan: she says the incident won't keep her from growing a pump kick patch next year but she may move it to her backyard, she is offering a 1,000 decide reward for any information about the vandalism. it's hard to believe but pumpkin growing contests are just around the corner. >> leigh: certainly is, and todaymarking the first day -- check in one more time with live doppler 7hd, we have clear skies across much of the bay area right now but you can see the wall of fog and low clouds off the coast and that will venture inland overnight. if you're traveling to southern cal
this sunday on vh1. >> checking into the pasadena recovery center to fight for their lives. this time they're your brothers, sisters, your mother, your son. >> i don't want my son to die. >> wow. >> it's hard to watch sometimes. >> it is hard to watch. it is the problem of our time. we need to confront it head-long and look at it what it is. drug addicts do drugs and this is a disease that kills. >> we are used to seeing you do celebs. why did you decide to go with everyday people? >> these things aren't always decided by m i always wanted to do regular people. to make the point on television that celebs and regular people are all treated the same. really when you watch you lose any sense of any difference between celebrities and regular people. >> that would be a very strong point to make. >> i did notice you didn't bring your cups over here with me. >> right. we are trying to be mindful. >> i notice there is nothing on your breath this morning. you look a little shaky, maybe a little withdrawal symptoms. >> i was night night. >> i'm fine. >>> go, amhurst college. >> i heard you say more
is now 3-1 for the first time since 2006. and beat san diego state 38-34 nfl in. >>> today in pasadena, mannion for the 75-yarder, brewers beat the bruins. >>> and heisman trophy race is wide open. denard washington took his name pretty much off the list as the wolverines quarterback was intercepted five times. notre dame's manti t'eo with two picks. tommie reis scores a two-yarder. notre dame beats michigan today. >>> no. 4 florida state had to play catch up against 10th-rank clemson tigers in tallahassee. they explored 28 straight second half points. manziel with two touchdowns including this one. seminoles with a 39-37 comeback victory over clemson. >>> coming up the 49ers are in minnesota not to make a home-cooked meal. work, errands, a greasy bag of deep-fried easy. ♪ fortunately with hamburger helper's 40 varieties a home-cooked meal is never out of reach. hamburger helper. help is on the way. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer
chased them through the san fer nnando valley to pasadena and then downtown l.a. two suspects bailed out of the suv earlier. two others were still in the car when police caught them. >>> balancing a budget, that's about $16 trillion in the red sounds about as much fun as getting a root canal. both presidential candidates -- i should say mitt romney and the president talk a lot about trimming the deficit, but do their numbers add up? ali velshi digging into the deficit reduction plans from mitt romney and president obama. >> reporter: just a few steps from the billboards of times square is a billboard of a different sort, the national debt clock. new york real estate developers seymour durs set up the first debt clock in 1989. >> when my father designed the clock, the debt was about $2 trillion. he would be shocked that we're at this number today. >> reporter: last year the federal government spent $3.6 trillion. but it only took in $2.3 trillion in revenue. it borrowed the shortfall $1.3 trillion. and that's the deficit. the accumulated deficits, or shortfalls plus interest, make up the
. that is near pasadena. the coast guard sent out a rescue boat. the woman was found but the man is still missing. the maryland natural resources police and anne arundel county police are helping with that search. >>> a viewing will be held today for a fallen navy seal from anne arundel county. pattic feeks was killed in afghanistan august 16th. his helicopter crashed during a fire fight with insurgents. his body was returned to his hometown of end water yesterday while fellow county residents stood alongside the road waving american flags. today's viewing will also be in edgewater. the funeral service will be held tomorrow at the fort myers memorial chapel next to arlington national cemetery. feeks will be buried there. >>> a controversial book about the firsthand account of the raid that killed osama bin laden hits stores today. no easy day was written by a former navy seal that helped take out the former al-qaeda leader. the government has -- >>> you may pay up to twice as much for organic foods and a lot of people enjoy those but is it worth it. surprising results of a new study making natio
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bayside beach. that's near pasadena. the boat's operator was able to rescue the woman but couldn't get to 27-year-old jason rye man. the coast guard and local officials searched until nightfall. >>> a viewing will be held today for a fallen navy seal from anne arundel county. patrick feeks was killed in afghanistan august 16th. his helicopter crashed during a firefight with insurgents. monday his body was returned to his hometown of edgewater while fellow county residents stood along the road waving american flags. today's viewing will be in edgewater. his funeral will be tomorrow at the fort myer memorial chapel next to arlington national cemetery. he will be buried there. >>> our big story this morning, hundreds of thousands of students in northern virginia are back to school for the first time today. >> in arlington county the first day of school means the first day of a new controversial transportation policy. melanie alnwick is live in arlington with details on how this could affect your child. good morning, melanie. >> reporter: more students walking longer distances, that will b
and woman fell overboard when a gust of wind tilled their sailboat yesterday near pasadena. the boat's operator was able to rescue the woman but could not get to the 27-year-old man. they searched until night fall. >>> the democratic national convention kicks off in north carolina today. first lady michelle obama is tonight's headline speaker. she got i abrief walk-through of the stage yesterday. former president bill clinton is tomorrow's big name speaker. several leaders from our region will also hit the stage. mark plotkin says maryland governor martin o'malley just may have an ulterior motive. >> the governor will be speaking. the governor will not like me to say it but i'm going to say it anyway. he is audition is for president in 2016. he is going to no less than seven breakfast delegations speaking. >> obama will accept the nomination on thursday. >>> as for the republicans, mitt romney is spending much of the week in new hampshire and vermont getting ready for the upcoming presidential debates. running mate paul ryan is campaigning in the battleground state of ohio this morni
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